Definition of plumbic in English:

plumbic

Syllabification: plum·bic
Pronunciation: /ˈpləmbik
 
/

adjective

Chemistry
1Of lead with a valence of four; of lead (IV). Compare with plumbous.
More example sentences
  • Alternatively, there is lead(IV) nitrate and plumbic nitrate.
1.1 Medicine Caused by the presence of lead.

Origin

late 18th century: from Latin plumbum 'lead' + -ic.

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